Andover, High Street 1950

Andover, High Street 1950

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Memories of Andover

King's Head

I think this must be the original building of the King's Head at 22 London Street. The sign to the right says "R.G. Cable Carpenter". Ralph G Cable was a carpenter and wheelwright at 20 ...Read full memory

A memory of Andover by david.fisher26

Warm Days Away

I lived with my father, an officer in the Air Force, and my mother and brother in a good solid house on the Air Force base in Andover. I went to Portway Primary School by the airforce ...Read full memory

A memory of Andover by Vicky Burnett

Childhood Yrs, Enham Alamein, 1940s

Hi to anyone still left that remembers my grandads bakery behind George Brights bicycle shop. he made the best doughnuts ever, my uncle ted and daisy ran the farm at the ...Read full memory

A memory of Andover by Terry Cleverley

Winchester Street Quaker Burial Ground

This picture brings back childhood memories of the 1940s. Behind the wall on the left was a Quaker burial ground, a small grassy area on which one was free to ...Read full memory

A memory of Andover by Terry Clary

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The ground floor frontage and canopy below E Reynolds Leather Warehouse sign would soon be ripped out to make way for a hard-edged modern shop front. In the 1980s, a 'period' canopy would appear beyond with some degree of success. Harvey's newsagent and sweetshop (beneath the lamp on the right) has now changed hands.

This is an excerpt from Andover Photographic Memories, by John MacDonald

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